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The News & Media Research Centre at the University of Canberra is pleased to announce that it has commenced the editorship of Policy Online’s re-launched Communication & Media area. The collection currently houses over 3,800 items, including research reports, commentary and multimedia sources. The N&MRC editorial team will continue to build this invaluable collection for policy makers, practitioners and researchers.
Policy Online is very pleased to announce a new Social Impact Collection curated in partnership with the Centre for Social Impact at the University of New South Wales, the University of Western Australia and Swinburne University of Technology.
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Have you seen your organisation's material on Policy Online lately? If you publish open access research chances are we have something by you (or should*). We call publishers and producers 'sources' on Policy Online and there are at least three ways you can find everything from one source.
Did you know, there are close to 3000 publishing organisations - also known as sources - on Policy Online? Many of these sources have small to medium collections of material on the site and any source collection can be viewed by clicking on the organisation's name under a publication title.
Congratulations again to the authors and publishing organisations whose work made it to our top 10 lists of Most Viewed Content in 2014. These lists, as well as the top 10 lists from other years can be seen via our browse menu or here >